Best of 2012: Anti-Poverty Week
This week on Wesley Impact! TV we meet author, Trish Jenkins, and the Rev Dr Keith Garner looks at Luke's Gospel.
Trish Jenkins knows what it is like to have lost much. Caught up in a money making situation, she became the scapegoat of a fraudulent currency trader. A mother of three, Trish was sentenced to two and a half years in prison and was suspended eventually after eight months. Stripped of pride, dignity and self-worth, Trish has written a book that captures her journey back to freedom, Treasures of darkness: A prison journey.
Wesley Mission story—Wesley Financial Counselling
Bronwyn Rushton wishes she had sought help sooner with her financial problems. It was not until her situation got out of hand that she contacted Wesley Financial Counselling. The series of events that led her into financial dire straits were beyond Bronwyn’s control and causing her enormous stress. Without Wesley Mission’s assistance, Bronwyn doesn’t know what she would have done.
The Rev Dr Keith Garner leads this week’s sermon on the story of Jesus Christ feeding five thousand people as depicted in Luke’s Gospel.
This week we are joined by Bel Morrison and Jade Ambroze. Bell is an award winning Australian singer, songwriter and speaker whose lyrics press beyond the surface, touching audiences around Australia and overseas. Jade is gifted artist whose music is passionate, honest and engaging and whose lyrics are thought provoking and sincere.